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Women's Golf Places 14th at Princeton Invitational
Bridgette Palin led the Saints with a score of 165.
 
Bridgette Palin led the Saints with a score of 165.
 

Sept. 28, 2003

The Siena women's golf team finished 14th among 16 teams at the Princeton Invitational this weekend at Springdale Country Club in Princeton, N.J. Host Princeton University captured the tournament championship.

Siena finished with a score of 681 (341, 340), just two strokes behind Harvard University and The College of William & Mary and three strokes behind eleventh-place St. Francis College (Pa.) and four strokes back from tenth-place Bucknell University. Princeton shot a 622 to earn the top-spot in the tournament and ended the two days well in front of the rest of the field as the Tigers finished 19 strokes ahead of second-place Yale University (641).

Bridgette Palin led the Saints with a score of 165 (84,81), finishing 32 individually.

The Saints will return to action this Saturday, October 4, as they travel to Rexford, N.Y. to take place in a tri-match

 

 

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